Doug Collins burns out. Burns out his players, burns out himself. That was his reputation through 11 seasons coaching the Bulls, Pistons, Wizards and 76ers. When Collins left Philadelphia in 2013, he declared he was done coaching. There was just too
Having the NBA’s best all-round player on your team apparently provides no guarantee of financial success, as the Cleveland Cavaliers are finding out. A report by ESPN shows 14 NBA franchises lost money in the 2016-17 season. Nine of those teams made losses even after revenue-sharing was taken into account.
It’s one thing for LaVar Ball to say he would’ve beaten Michael Jordan in a 1-on-1 game of basketball in their respective primes. It’s another to claim that he’d also beat Hir Airness head-to-head in fatherhood. Yet, that’s exactly what the Ballfather did during his latest Q&A on the Big Baller Brand’s Facebook page. “I made three killers. He couldn’t even make two,” LaVar said before proclaiming, “Even my genes are stronger.” Which is to say: LaVar believes he would’ve beaten Jordan on the court because his talent—superior, in his mind—spawned three “monsters,” as Mr. Big Baller put it, compared to MJ’s two “midgets.” The former Chicago Bulls (and Washington Wizards) icon and current owner of